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Indonesian Open - Result

Discussion in 'Singapore / Indonesia / Malaysia Open 2003' started by swijaya0101, Aug 27, 2003.

  1. swijaya0101

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    1-Chen Hong (Cina) vs Dicky Palyama (Belanda) 15-10, 15-13
    Allan Tai (Malaysia) vs Yuichi Ikeda (Jepang) 17-15, 15-1
    M Roslin Hashim (Malaysia) vs Irwansyah (Wales) 15-7, 15-11
    Abhinn Shyam Gupta (India) vs Vitikko Antti (Finlandia) 15-12, 15-9
    Ronald Susilo (Singapura) vs Ismail Saman (Malaysia) 15-2, 15-7
    Yousuke Nakanishi (Jepang) vs Juergen Koch (Austria) 1-15, 15-13, 15-6
    Rasmus Wengberg (Swedia) vs 9/16-Wacha Przemyslaw (Polandia) 15-9, 15-13
    Muhamad Hafidz Hashim (Malaysia) vs Park Tae Sang (Korea) 15-9, 15-11
    Sony Dwi Kuncoro (Indonesia) vs Jim Ronny Andersen (Norwegia) 15-3, 15-3
    Pulella Gophicand (India) vs Aamir Ghaffar (Inggris) 15-2, 15-7

    Tunggal Putri :
    1-Zhang Ning (Cina) vs Wong Mew Choo (Malaysia) 11-2, 11-0
    Yao Jie (Belanda)( vs Lenny Permana (Australia) 11-5, 11-0
    Judith Meulendijks (Belanda) vs Xu Huaiwen (Jerman) 5-11, 11-7, 11-4
    Miho Tanaka (Jepang) vs Maja Tvrdy (Slovenia) 11-0, 11-1
    Zhou Mi (Cina) vs Marissa IP (Indonesia) 11-7, 11-0
    Kelly Morgan (Wales) vs Karina De Wit (Belanda) 5-11, 11-5, 11-1
    Kaori Mori (Jepang) vs Julia Mann (Inggris) 11-5, 11-7
    Woon Sze Mei (Malaysia) vs Kostiout Nadezhda (Polandia) 11-3, 11-5
    Wang Chen (Hongkong) vs Chia-Hsin-Huang (Taiwan) 11-5, 11-2
    BR Meenakishi (India) vs Priyanti Cahyaning (Indonesia) 11-4, 11-3
    Cheng Shao-Chieh (Taiwan) vs Julien Denysee (Kanada) 11-1, 11-1
    Yoo Mi Song (Korea) vs Miyo Akao (Jepang) 11-7, 11-2
    Pi Hongyan (Perancis) vs Agnese Allegrini (Italia) 11-2, 11-4
    Yuki Shimada (Jepang) vs Anu Weskstrom (Finlandia) 11-4, 11-13, 11-4
    Jub Jae Youn (Korea) vs Yuli Marfuah (Indonesia) 11-6, 11-6
    Li Li (Singapura) vs Marco Dolores (Spanyol) 13/11, 11-1
    Simone Prutsch (Austria) vs Nina Weckstrom (Finlandia) 3-11, 11-4, 11-3
    Petra Overzier (Jerman) vs Harriet Johnson (Wales) 11-1, 11-0
    Seo Yoon Hee (Korea) vs Lucas Kellie (Australia) 6-11, 11-6, 11-3
    Xie Xingfang (Cina) vs Luxi Xiao (Singapura) 11-0, 11-0
    Yuan Wemyss (Skotlandia) vs Kamila Augustyn (Polandia) 11-3, 11-2

    Ganda Putri :
    1-Wei Yili/Zhao Tingting (Cina) vs Chieh Shao-Chien/Chang Ya-Lan (Taiwan) 15-4, 15-1

    Ganda Campuran :
    1-Zhang Jun/Gao Ling (Cina) vs Mega Berlian/Greysia Polii (Indonesia) 15-4, 15-1
    Tsai C Hsien/Cheng Wen-Hsing (Taiwan) vs Wang Wei/Chen Lin (Cina) 15-10, 4-15, 15-6
    Svetoslav Stoyanov/Victoria Wright (Prancis) vs Anggun Nugroho/Eny Widiowati (Indonesia) 6-15, 15-4, 15-8
    Sudket Prakapamol/Saralee Thungthongkam (Thailand) vs Simon Archer/Donna Kellog (Inggris) 1-15, 15-8, 15-6
    Chris Bruil/Lotte Jonathans (Belanda) vs Jose Antonio Crespo/Marco Dolores (Spanyol) 15-6, 15-8
    Robert Blair/Natalie Munt (Inggris) vs Daniel A Shirley/Sara Runesten P (Selandia Baru) 15-13, 8-15, 15-2
    Kim Yong Hyun/Lee Hyo Jung (Korea) vs Kristof Hopp/Katrin Piotrowski (Jerman) 15-8, 15-2
    Hendri Kurniawan Saputra/Li Yujia (Singapura) vs Tadshi Ohtsuka/Shizuka Yamamoto (Jepang) 15-11, 15-11
    Nova Widhianto/Vita Marissa (Indonesia) vs Philippe Gourret/Denise Julien (Kanada) 15-0, 15-2
    Mohd Zakry Abdul Latif/Wong Pei Tty (Malaysia) vs Bjoern Siegemund/Nicol Pitro (Jerman) 15-11, 15-8
    Kim Dong Moon/Ra Kyung Min (Korsel) vs Frederik Bergstrom/Johanna Persson (Swedia) 15-4, 15-3
    Anthony Clark/Kirsteen McEwan (Inggris) vs Yim Bang Eun/Yim Kyung Jin (Korea) 15-11, 15-9
    Chen Qiqiu/Zhao Tingting (Cina) vs Albertus Susanto Njoto/Wing Mui Li (Hongkong) 15-6, 15-2
    Bambang Supriyanto/Emma Ermawati (Indonesia) vs Yau Tsz Yuk/Wan Ting Ling (Hongkong) 15-2, 15-2
    Nathan Robertson/Gail Emms (Inggris) vs Mathew Hughes/Joanne Muggeridge (Wales) 15-7, 15-4
     
  2. wl2172

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    INA open seems to be better organised than Sing Open, with respect to the fact that no one played until 3am. In Sing Open, some matched lasted till 3am but this is not happening in Batam. Maybe future organisers should see how they are doing it.

    I really don't think it is in the interest of the game to have matches lasting until wee hours in the morniong. Sing Open and the All England main draw only starts from Tuesday. I think Main Draw should start Monday, and qualifying rounds should be played in th preceeding weekend. Peter Gade and Peter Rasmussen only fininshed their match at 3.15am in Singapore...ridiculous.

    The other solution is to have many many courts during the first 2-3 rounds. That way, main draw can still start on Tuesday. However, this will require a lot of manpower and courts. Also, the players that came through the qualifiers will be very exhausted. I think this is what INA is doing in Batam.

    I still think each tournament duration is still too short. Start on tuesday and finish by Sunday. Heck, one cricket test match between 2 countries can take that long...but that is taking the other extreme....hahaha. Best is still start Main draw on Monday, finish by Sunday and have qualifiers on the Saturday and Sunday before.
     
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    Hey Zhang Ning bestows another love set, this time on

    Wong Mew Choo.
     
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    The web site doesn't seem to be updated today... has any one got today's results??
     
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    Here are a few results :

    * WS :

    Pi Hongyan beats Jun Jae Youn 11-3 11-9
    Hallam beats Wemyss
    all other seeded players are through (?)

    * MS :

    qualified today :
    Chen Hong, Ronald Susilo, Lee Hyun Il, Ng Wei, Shon Seung Mo, Wu Yunyong, Taufik Hidayat, Lee Tsuen Seng
     
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    Choong/Lee and Chan/Chew both passed convincingly.
     
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    other MD results?
     
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    No news yet.
     
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    Not sure if the matches dragged on until after midnight at worlds, but chen hong was playing shon seung mo until 11pm. It is difficult when matches can last from 30 mins to nearly two hours. In the quarters there were two courts, with 20 matches, if each had gone on for 90 mins say, then it could take 15 hours, plus turn around time of 10 mins each time is just over 16 hours, starting at 12pm means could be there until 4am, however at quickest could be 10* 30 mins 5hours and 1 1/2 for turn around, would finish at 1830. It must be difficult for oganisers when the times can vary so much, 10 hours a day in this case.
     
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    I'm just checking results and read that Ra/Lee beat Wei/Zhao in WD 15-3, 15-0!!?? Was the scoreline really that one-sided? Did one of the Chinese shuttlers get injured, cuz there's no way the Koreans can pull off that kind of victory on Wei/Zhao.
     
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    Why not? The Chinese are good, but not invincible.
     
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    But such scoreline is rather alarming, at least for the Chinese team, don't you think so?;)
     
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    Yup why not?? Ra/Lee are not that far off from the Chinese. If they have beaten Gao/Huang numerous times, there's no reason why they cannot achieve this kinda result against Wei/Zhao, who evidently are not in the best of shape recently. In fact, Ra/Lee has the highest chances of winning playing against Wei/Zhao than against the other two Chinese pairs. It might only be surprising if they could achieve this against Gao/Huang.

    Zhao TT doesn't seem to be playing too well. Her XD is suffering too.
     
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    Not sure whether she's injured :confused:
     
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    Could be. Her knee is always strapped up.
     
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    By the way, a 50% participation of China women in WD semis is like very rare in such a high ranking tournament. ;)

    GO RA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! GO KOREA!!!! I cheer with all my might, but at the same time am all prepared for yet another all-Chinese final. *fingers crossed*
     
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    I agree with Nauknip. All chinese finals all the time will kill off interest for badminton. If interest goes down the drain, then participation goes down. If that happens, badminton as an international sport will become meaningless.
     
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    It would be even great if the finalists are both the 2nd ranked pairs from China and Korea (meaning Ra/Lee and Gao/Huang lose in semis).:)
     
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    Gao/Huang bt Korean 2nd pair 15-5, 15-4
    Btw, Huang Sui looks like Flora Chan (HK TVB star):D
     

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